It is just my opinion, but if you are planning to invest in mutual funds and individual stocks diversification is not the issue. On the other hand, tax-advantage is the major issue here. IMHO, I suggest putting the mutual funds in the tax-advanted vehicle, because you have less control over captial gains, with individual stcoks you have a better grasp of the cap gains you are going to incure.Good Day !Michael A
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